Using Mint more

Do you offer any online webinars or tutorials of Mint? I would love to integrate more of my financials into this awesome suite but can't seem to get some things figured out. Any type of videos or one on one instruction would really help me utilize all of the resources available!




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Hello seventoddanders,

Until recently we did have a few video tutorials available for using Mint, but we have taken them down and will be replacing them with new ones  in the future, although I do not have an ETA. In the meantime, I am more than happy to answer questions you have about Mint! What did you need to know? Don't be shy :)

Mint Maggie

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